About This Hunt
Description of Hunt
The Mountain Lion Hunts start in November of each year and conclude the end of March the following year.
We have around 35 years of combined experience with our hounds’ men, all use professionally trained hounds of various ages. We have worked in conjunction with Colorado Parks and Wildlife on treeing and collaring lions for various surveys for the past 15 years.
This hunt is physically demanding, it is an experience you will not soon forget.
We harvest mature Tom’s that will weigh in the mid-100-pound range up to the 200-pound range.
One of the best kept secrets about Lion Hunts, the meat is FANTASTIC, many clients who have harvested lions prefer it over elk or deer, it is very similar to an organic pork/beef mix.
Arrive 1 day prior to the hunt, depart 1 day after the hunt.
November 30 – March 31
After the harvest, the guides will prepare your game for processing. All animals will be processed in the field, taken back to the ranch house at which time they will be skinned and caped and made ready for transport to the game processor. A local game processor offers limited custom game processing options and will freeze your game to prepare it for transportation back home. If driving out, bring large coolers as you will have a lot of meat, especially if you harvest multiple animals. You can purchase dry ice in Winter Park on your way back to Denver. If flying into Denver, you can make arrangements with the processor to ship your game back home. Just keep in mind it will be very expensive as it has to be shipped via overnight delivery to get it into your freezer as quickly as possible.
50% of the Hunt is due within 10-days of booking the hunt. The balance of your hunt fee is due 90-days prior to your arrival.
License, airfare, game processing, alcohol, taxidermy, and transportation to and from Denver are not included in the price of the hunt.
Lodging and meals are included.